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"XVe have a few minutes left in the period so
let's make the most of it!" suggests MR.
HARRY GARST, able math teacher, to his ex-
travagant classes. W'ant to take a scholarship
exam, or pick a college? See Mr. Garst, senior
class advisor .... Remember those math prob-
lems you couldn't get until MISS VELMA
WHITE took time to help you with them? She
is always receiving letters and visits from service-
men like you, Bud. Teaching mathematics may
be her vocation, but lending a helping hand is
her avocation .... Circles and quadrilaterals
times pi equals geometry, algebra, and MRS.
VERA BIDIJLE. Quiet, smiling Mrs. Biddle is
never too busy to help some student wrestle
with a difficult problem!
"High Buddha of the Bunson burner' is MR.
LLOYD SIMPSON, new addition to the attic
chemistry lab. Nlr. Simpson fitted his im-
portant chemistry knowledge into that of the
intensified technical training program ....
Questions fly thick and fast at MRS. FLORENCE
HAWKINS in her math and science classes be-
cause sheis always capable of providing the cor-
rect answer .... White rats, leaf posters, guinea
pigs - MR. HOWARD WHITCOMB teaches
biology with gusto! "Money man" Whit is in
charge of all the various athletic sales, also spon-
sors the biology club .... Commander-in-chief
of the science division is "Aitchie"-more for-
mally known as MR. JOHN AITCHISON. As-
sistant football coach Aitchison teaches physics,
electricity, radio, and pre-flight aeronautics.
No wonder we at GHS are so mindful of
current events these days! MR. -IOHN
GRIFFITH'S American problems class is a fa-
vorite of all students. Planning and producing
the senior graduation program is another activ-
ity of this history teacher .... First lady of
our faculty is MRS. IRMA GALE, who en-
riches the course she teaches with tales of per-
sonal experiences. All look up to her as "The
High Llama of All Knowledgef, Interesting
note about this member of the social studies
department-sheys had a quotation on her black-
board for every day for more than twenty-Eve
years .... Believing that more students should
take an active part in sports activity, MR.
CHARLES BEDNAR set up a highly success-
ful school-wide intramural program this year.
Mr. Bednar, a capable history teacher, also
coaches the pony basketball team and is faculty
adviser for the Boys' Forum.
Harry Garst, M.A. Howard W'hitcomb, M.A.
Velma W'hite, PILM. john Aitchison, M.S.
Vera Biddle, B.A. klohn Grirlilh, M.A.
Lloyd Simpson, B.lfd. Irma Gale, M.A.
Florence Hawkins, BS. Charles Iiednar
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